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Lack of Support For a Mother's Postpartum Experience

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    New data suggests that nearly one in five women suffers postraumatic stress following labor and delivery; however, the postpartum experience of new mothers runs the gamut, oftentimes meaning little or no support. Maureen Corry, executive director of the Childbirth Connection, tells host Bruce Japsen of the Chicago Tribune about issues facing these women and their medical care providers.

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    New data suggests that nearly one in five women suffers postraumatic stress following labor and delivery; however, the postpartum experience of new mothers runs the gamut, oftentimes meaning little or no support. Maureen Corry, executive director of the Childbirth Connection, tells host Bruce Japsen of the Chicago Tribune about issues facing these women and their medical care providers.

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